Water Service Line Coverage

As your home gets older, so does the exterior water service line that brings fresh water to your house. If the original line on your property has never been replaced, it's more likely to leak or break usually due to ground shifting, tree roots, soil and water conditions, or simple wear and tear. In most cases, the homeowner is responsible for the cost of repairs, which means you could be faced with an expensive repair bill.

There’s no way to prevent a water service line emergency, but you can be prepared with affordable Water Service Line Coverage.

Please Note: If you have not received a mailing from us about your responsibility for the exterior water service line on your property, please check with your municipality or local water company before purchasing.  Most, although not all, homeowners are responsible for these lines.

We've had HomeServe for a long time and we've had several calls and have always been satisfied with the way it was handled. We have had no complaints. It's been a lifesaver for us and when you call somebody and it's cold you're not waiting days and days. It's a blessing really.

Jesse T., Fair Haven, MI
Heating System Repair Customer

The service I received was great. The contractors came in and went straight to work. They did not fool around and were finished with the job fast and were ready to go. I think that was very good.

Mary M., Philadelphia, PA
Interior Plumbing & Drainage Customer

For just $4.99 a month you get...

  • Up to $7,000 annually with up to two service calls ($3,500 max per call) for qualified repairs
  • 24/7 toll-free emergency service hotline
  • Expert repairs by local, licensed and insured plumbers
  • All covered repairs are guaranteed for one year

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